Since inception, Lego has produced over 650 billion pieces. That’s nearly 93 blocks for every person on the planet. They’ve also manufactured 4 billion lego mini figures – one small Lego ‘person’ for every 1.75 people on earth.
Ten years ago, Lego was struggling on every financial front and headed toward ruin; however, they turned the business around and put themselves in a strong position. In the past five years alone, the company has quadrupled revenue while growing net income by 9% and gobbling up market share.
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